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Our mandate

To make affordable housing accessible to residents of Kaslo & Area D, including but not limited to retired persons, young families and individuals in transition, service workers, and persons with fixed incomes.

Our mission

To support the social and economic health of Kaslo & Area D by providing innovative housing options to community members in need.

Our plans

We are currently negotiating the construction of a community-oriented apartment style housing development in partnership with the Village of Kaslo.

Our resources

The Society depends on the cooperation and goodwill of our numerous community allies, as well as the generous support of federal and provincial funding agencies.

Kaslo Housing Society AGM April 4th, 201...

DRAFT Minutes (to be approved at the 2019 AGM): Welcome & Call to order 7:09pm Board members in attendance: Erika Bird, Donna Cormie, Debra Barrett, Cloé Bayeur-Holland,  Marie-Ange Fournier-Beck, Tara Lynn Clapp, Kevin Flaherty (Staff), Henry Van Mill (Liaison) Membership in attendance: Approximately 40 members Approve agenda: Donna Cormie moves, Kate O’Keefe M/C Approve 2017 […]

What’s happening with Kaslo Housing Init

 The Kaslo Housing Society and Housing Coordinator Kevin Flaherty are working on several innovative projects and ideas to help alleviate the housing crisis in our community. This year’s KHS Annual General meeting is scheduled for ‪March 11, and we are planning a separate public meeting in early May. The purpose of the May meeting will […]

Kaslo Housing Society AGM

Kaslo Housing Society 2018 AGM Wednesday, April 4th @7PM Kaslo Seniors Hall Agenda and Minutes Kaslo Housing Society AGM April 4th, 2018 Agenda: Welcome & Call to order Approve agenda Approve minutes 2017 AGM Report from the Chair Introduce Housing Coordinator Report from the Treasurer Call for volunteers: Jazz Fest Weekend Campground iDIDaRide Beer Garden […]

Kaslo Housing Society Regroups, Reframes...

Kaslo Housing Society Regroups, Reframes and diversifies (August 2017) Just about every week you hear about the housing crisis in Vancouver or Toronto, but it’s here now too. Young workers, families, seniors – every demographic is affected. Kaslo people see social media posts, notes on local bulletin boards, and ads in the paper all the […]